(F) Ten Essentials +

There are many views on what makes up the "ten" essentials.  We have found the list below to be very useful and, when focused on small lightweight options, easy to carry.

You may print this page to use as a check list prior to an outing. 
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Brimmed Hat Yes No ______ 
Compass Yes No ______ 
Extra Clothing (Based on the type of trip: will you get wet, cold, etc? Think ahead and “Be Prepared.”) Yes No ______ 
Fire Starter Yes (For Backpacking) Yes (For Hiking) ______ 
First Aid Kit Yes No ______ 
Flashlight (w\extra batteries and bulb) Yes No ______ 
Knife Yes No ______ 
Lip Balm Yes No ______ 
Map (Topographic in the boonies / street map in the city.) Yes No ______ 
Orange Card (Troop Identification & Permisson Card) Yes No ______ 
Paper Yes No ______ 
Pencil Yes No ______ 
Rain Gear (trashbag) Yes No ______ 
Rope Yes (Shared Item) Yes (Shared Item) ______ 
Scout Handbook No Yes (If you plan rank advancement, but leave in car) ______ 
Small Shovel Yes (Shared Item) Yes (Shared Item) ______ 
Sunglasses / Eye Protection Yes No ______ 
Sunscreen Yes No ______ 
Toilet Paper Yes No ______ 
Trail Food (Nourishing like trail mix, jerky, fruit, nuts) Yes No ______ 
Water (2 Quarts / LIters) Yes No ______ 
Waterproof Matches Yes (For Backpacking) Yes (For Hiking) ______ 
Whistle Yes No ______ 
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